unbailable

unbailable

(ʌnˈbeɪləbəl)
adj
(Law) law (of a person) not able to be released on bail
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He is still threatening to file plunder charges against the Rufinos and that's unbailable.
He was an unwilling witness who was brought to the court on unbailable warrant," Desai said.
The minister said sentences for various crimes had been increased through amendments in law while some crimes had also been declared unbailable.
Estrada today is detained on unbailable Ombudsman charges of plunder.
My predecessor, as well, is under hospital arrest as she faces two serious unbailable charges, with another one still being reviewed by the Ombudsman," Aquino said.
The court issued unbailable warrants of all the accused directors of the company.
11 According to Brazil's 1988 constitution, racism is an unbailable crime and must be met with imprisonment.
In one striking example, a person arrested on an unbailable warrant for allegedly stealing a chicken could face seven to ten years in jail.
My predecessor is under hospital arrest as she faces two serious unbailable charges, with another one still being reviewed by the Ombudsman," he said.
Her zeal to avail of continued health care in the hospital even after her discharge should not exceed the bounds of the law for she remains to be an accused for an unbailable offense burdened to be placed in a detention facility pending trial," Alameda added.
He said that the District Police had submitted its recommendation that the sale of Manpuri and Gutka should be declared cognizable offence with unbailable warrants as under existing section, the persons involved in this menace are being released on bail within three days.
The zeal to avail of continued healthcare in the hospital even after her discharge should not exceed the bounds of the law for she remains to be an accused for an unbailable offense burdened to be placed on a detention facility pending trial," Alameda said.